the search, click & destroy crew bring you tweaked bumpin' edgy late late night club mixes of camp's release on the panospria net.label, numerique. for those about to click! we search & destroy you! pq. Topics: Microtechno, Technoid, Glitch
Camp's grooves are broken but insistant. Camp's bleeps and beats are so odd and unusual, yet they result in a gut-renching emotional triumph! This is the minimalist glitchy passion of Camp, founded very deep in community, friends and love, sampling two of his long-distance friends in "Your Voice", which is possibly the one of Camp's sexiest moments. Camp makes great experimental and minimal techniod computer songs, great for avant-garde clubs and late night cuddle parties!
Alpinechic presents another great release, this time by Camp, one of our favorites local band. After more than 1 year of impatient waiting we have been greeted by this small 4 track gem of incredible electro rock in pop fashion, as a preview of their forthcoming full length album "Iconography" which will be released in September. Like a compass has 4 directions and a centre, this 4-track EP shows us many ways one band can go without losing its way. At moments introspective and gloomy,... Source: AlpineChic
Wow, you know, every once in a while, things really just turn out pretty awesome, like this performance from A Camp. Four perfectly-rendered pop songs - including a cover of Eddie Noack's weird and wonderful "Psycho" - done by my favorite singer in the world, Nina Persson, with husband Nathan Larson (of Shudder to Think) on bass, and Niclas Frisk (of Atomic Swing) on guitar. Also, we had an interesting discussion about Swedish spike-beds about halfway through the post-show interview.... Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/A_Camp/Live_at_WFMU_on_Sound_and_Safe_with_Trent_52509/
We place conditions on the presentation graph of a right-angled Artin group that guarantee the standard CAT(0) cube complex on which the group acts geometrically has non-path-connected boundary. Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1210.7246v1
Camp Awostings first podcast cerated pre-camp 2006. Topics covered include appropriate shoes to bring to camp, clothing items to collect and podcasting at camp. Topics: Camp, Awosting, Pre-Camp, Special
Lauren Camp reads her poem "All Day She Wrote" from her book This Business of Wisdom, published by West End Press, 2010. Topics: poetry, poems, poems read by the author, Lauren Camp, Lauren Camp reading her poems, Lovebirds,...
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